STEM Education Takes Flight With NASA eClips Videos

  • Apr 03, 2015


Since its inception, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has been a valued resource for teachers, sharing its vaunted expertise in math, science, engineering and other subjects via quality educational materials distributed free-of-charge.

This month, we’d like to call your attention to NASA eClips, an extensive collection of short videos exploring timely applications of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, topics.

The videos are engaging, well-produced, and divided into K-5, 6-8, and 9-12 categories. All are accompanied by downloadable lesson guides aligned to national standards for science, math, and technology. There’s even a “Teacher Toolbox” to help you put it all to work.

Check out the sample video below. For the rest visit NASA eClips online.

And to stay abreast of other great free educational resources, be sure to bookmark this site and follow DIRECTV Goes to School on Twitter.

Note: NASA TV is channel 346 in your DIRECTV SCHOOL CHOICE programming package.

—Stephen Vincent D’Emidio